How much does "how much" matter? Assessing the relationship between children's lifetime exposure to violence and trauma symptoms, behavior problems, and parenting stress.

@article{Hickman2013HowMD,
  title={How much does "how much" matter? Assessing the relationship between children's lifetime exposure to violence and trauma symptoms, behavior problems, and parenting stress.},
  author={Laura J. Hickman and Lisa H Jaycox and C. Messan Setodji and Aaron Kofner and Dana L Schultz and Dionne Barnes-Proby and Racine S Harris},
  journal={Journal of interpersonal violence},
  year={2013},
  volume={28 6},
  pages={
          1338-62
        }
}
The study explores whether and how lifetime violence exposure is related to a set of negative symptoms: child internalizing and externalizing behavior problems, child trauma symptoms, and parenting stress. Using a large sample of violence-exposed children recruited to participate in intervention research, the study employs different methods of measuring that exposure. These include total frequency of all lifetime exposure, total frequency of lifetime exposure by broad category (i.e., assault… CONTINUE READING
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